This girl’s friend made a fake dick out of socks to get revenge on her crush
When will someone ride this hard for me
by Amanda Ross
What's the nicest, most thoughtful thing your best friend has ever done for you? No, really, think about it then say it out loud. Done?
Well it's probably not as hardcore as what 19-year-old Twitter user Beth Baston's friend did for her.
To make a shitbag dude jealous, Baston's best friend helped her construct the most elegantly devised Snapchat bear trap of all time using some pants and a whole bunch of socks.
Baston's friend stuffed socks down her pants to look like a dickprint bulge so she could post a Snap story that looked like she was having a loving night in with a new dude.
My bff made a dick out of socks n pretended to be a boy so I could piss off a boy on snap, true friendship 🤘🏽 pic.twitter.com/KrwnLcaWUR
— b🦄 (@bethbxxxx) August 28, 2017
Seriously, she was packing:
If her ex didn't ever feel self-conscious about his dick size before, he will now. Well, if he doesn't see the behind-the-scenes tweets first.
Some Twitter users are trying to find fault with this obviously genius plan:
My phone is blowing up from people calling me a psycho 😭😭😭😭 didn't exactly burn a house down did I 😂😂😂
— b🦄 (@bethbxxxx) August 30, 2017
But sorry, not even the non-stop hate of the Twittersphere (a word I've only ever heard adult news anchors say) could dampen this brilliant invention. Seriously, these girls should Shark Tank this. Patent "Dick Pants" and I will definitely buy them.
We've reached out to Baston for comment.
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